In Uganda, a few people are self employed. Most of the people work for individuals, meaning they have to abide by their rules.
Some bosses have different titles they want to be referred to. In churches pastors are referred to as daddy and mummy. Sometimes they even force their flock to call them that.
According to Kasuku, it is not right for bosses to keep behaving in this way. He said some people are orphans and they wouldn’t wish to call anyone their parent.
Kasuku also said bosses should get used to being called their names or other official names but not mama and papa.
Furthermore, the outspoken radio show host asked Ugandan bosses to copy thise from other countries and be professional. A boss should be referred to as a boss, not a parent. After all, they never play a parental role in anyone’s life.
“Bakama baffe abamu tebaagala kubayita mannya gaabwe ne baagala tubayite mummy mulekerawo omuze ogwo,” Kasuku said
Kasuku also went ahead and asked Ugandan bosses who are not professional enough to go for counceling. However, some people have a hard time coping up and can’t differentiate between their homes and workplaces.
It should be noted that so many workers don’t have freedom of speech. They fear losing their jobs hence saying whatever they are told to say.
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